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I am unable to boot windows xp Pro sp3. It gives me a BSoD, stop error. Where the hex error message should be is just blank. A few lines down there is the wording "Must load DLL's".

I found a way to fix this recently, but since the error has cropped up on another pc, I am unable to find the solution again. I remember the solution had me go into Recovery Console, run about 5 or 6 commands, reboot, log in, and adjust the boot.ini file.

Any Ideas on what those commands are an what the proper order is?
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What does BSOD message say?
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That is just it. It does not say. There are no hexadecimal error #'s, no wording explaining the error.

I have been able to resolve this issue.

booted into xp recover console.
ran several commands, chkdsk with both switches available in recovery console.
ran fixboot /rebuild
ran fixmbr
rebooted
adjusted boot.ini to not display the "bad" version of xp.
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Very good :)
Thanks for posting back :)
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